Finding the perfect present for someone is never easy. This season, use Seattle Magazine's holiday gift guide to make shopping for anyone on your list a breeze!

Seattle Magazine Lifestyle Editor Nia Martin helps us highlight a few of the fun & unique gifts featured in the gift guide.

CARDS:

  • Holiday cards from Seattle stationery shop Paper Delights (prices vary); two locations – Wallingford and Burien
    • Cards sold individually or in boxes
    • Designed and printed in the PNW

​​​​​​​FOR THE OUTDOORSY PERSON:

  • Waterproof Freeman jacket ($325); Freeman, Capitol Hill
  • Rapha Reflective Climber’s Shoes ($400); Rapha Seattle, Capitol Hill​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
    • The shoe's upper is fully reflective, making you more visible if you're riding after dark!
    • Compatible with all 3-hole cleat road pedals - works perfectly for most spin classes
    • Perforated synthetic leahter keeps your feet cool on warm rides

​​​​​​​FOR PEOPLE WHO ENJOY FOOD & DRINK:

  • Mount Rainier Topographic Bottle Opener by SML (prices vary); The Handmade Showroom, Pacific Place​​​​​​​
  • Moon Goo caramel sauce with activated charcoal ($18); Frankie & Jo’s, Capitol Hill
    • ​​​​​​​Dry burned salted caramel made the traditional way - low & slow over an oven - for about 45 minutes
    • Can be used in recipes, over ice cream, as a dip for apple slices!

FOR THOSE WHO ENJOY BLING:

  • Dubs Up diamond ring in 14K gold from Seattle-based designer and UW grad Allison Claire ($1,204); online
    • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Officially licensed school jewelry - currently available for UW, WSU and Gonzaga
    • Jewelry is made of sterling silver and solid 14K gold
  • Geometric, handmade Beam Necklace ($48 – available in black, navy and white); Baleen, Ballard

FUN WITH DESIGN:

ONE SIZE FITS ALL:

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This story is sponsored by Seattle Magazine.